PASOK feels the squeeze as main rivals paint stark election dilemma
ND views SYRIZA's Parliament walkout as a pre-election gift
Tsipras positions SYRIZA as defender of democratic institutions amid row over police corruption
PM bats away surveillance claims, looks to final pre-election handouts
Transparency concerns emerge among voters as leaders clash over wiretapping
Seeking showdown in Parliament, SYRIZA tables censure motion over surveillance report
Splits and alliances on leaders' minds as thoughts turn to next elections
The prospect of snap elections later this year or by next summer are creating a strange dynamic on the Greek political scene as the governing parties and the opposition try both to deal blows to each other but also to explore the possibility of future alliances.
Wednesday’s vote in Parliament on a bill allowing same-sex couples to become foster parents provided Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras with an opportunity to highlight SYRIZA’s socially progressive credentials and to portray New Democracy as being further t...
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